by Grace Bonney FACEBOOK TWITTER PINTEREST speaking of little girls, who wouldn’t want to live in this room? i would have loved that pink curtain by the bathroom and the bunny posts on the bed- it’s so sweet and girly. ladyjulianne September 14th, 2007 That is wonderful. It’s funny, when I was a little girl I didn’t really want a room like that, but I’d love it now! Becky September 14th, 2007 It’s so cute, I love the wall color, a soft pink. As a kid I too wasn’t into pink.. the hot pink of the 80’s, but I’m loving this soft pink/peach color. Where is the rug from? Louise September 14th, 2007 I LOVE this room. Initially I thought the curtain was actually around a mirror and then I realized that it was another room, I guess the bathroom. But, if the child didn’t have a bathroom in their room, like most children, it would be a really neat idea to put the curtain structure around a big floor to ceiling mirror! I think that would be beautiful! Great scene! marianne September 14th, 2007 ditto ladyjulianne…my secondhand couch just happens to be pink, and I use it as an excuse to bring more pink into the room. I really like the curtains in the pic – I wonder where they’re from. pinkmilk September 16th, 2007 That’s lovely and looks so ‘normal’ and doable as well. Love the little prints. QueenKatofTypos September 18th, 2007 Now that’s a nice room that could easily be converted as the girl grows. I didn’t get my “girly” room until I was 8, and it had pink paint, flowered wallpaper, pink carpet, and little-girl furniture (canopy bed, French provencal desk and dresser)… it was so little-girly, and we didn’t have the money to convert it, that I had a very little girly room until I went to college. Sara September 18th, 2007 Anyone know what color paint this is?I’m having a baby girl and want this paint!! Anonymous September 23rd, 2007 What is the paint colour, it is great……. Tonya January 3rd, 2008 This is a beautiful room. I also love the curtain which actually can be used for the closet as well. I do love that it’s girly but can easily be transitioned as your daughter gets older. I actually just purchased a shadowbox piece that would go perfect in this room. It is very girly (tiara encrusted in canvas) but easily will transition. I was even able to have the artist put in the saying that I wanted for my daughter. Check out the website http://www.aranacci.com/aranacci_little_girls.htm Abol October 4th, 2008 Nice room and very interesting ! Alex October 29th, 2008 i just love your room the pink is just pretty. Alex October 29th, 2008 OH MY WORD YOUR ROOM IS SOOOOOOOOO BEAUTIFUL diane ogilvie October 30th, 2008 what is the color in the girlsbedroom diane ogilvie October 30th, 2008 i want to do something like this in my granddaughters bedroom .How to find the color of paint or the designer diane ogilvie October 30th, 2008 Does anybody know this paint color email me Dianeo50@aol.com thanks Lee June 16th, 2009 I act like a tomboy, and my room is so plain, unfussy and so not girly, but I’d love to live in that room. Haha! LEAVE A COMMENT Design*Sponge reserves the right to restrict comments that do not contribute constructively to the conversation at hand, contain profanity, personal attacks or seek to promote a personal or unrelated business.